ArtSeed mailed more than four thousand letters locally and abroad and chances are one of them was headed your way! Inside each envelope you’ll find ArtSeed’s annual letter with a surprise “Mailing Home” project prompt.Â We want your ideas for projects to be launched in 2018 at our Labyrinth Studios. A storyboard (view completed example on right) is enclosed which we’d love you to complete and send back to us in the return envelope provided. Click to make a storyboard now! You can also send a donation to provide ArtSeed with the tools to make a difference in the community. Thank you for all your donations and support in 2017!
Hats off to those who folded, labeled, stamped, and sealed each of the letters by hand. Big thanks to ArtSeed’s Office Manager, Jennifer Spencer, who is meticulously updatingÂ ArtSeed’s database of supporters.
As ArtSeed grows we work hard to keep up with all our friends in their preferred mode of contact. If you did not receive a letter in the mail, or if you’ve had any changes in your circumstances that could effect how we reach out to you, please let us know.
Presidio Lights last Friday, December 8, spread holiday cheer at ArtSeed’s activity table in the Presidio YMCA in this glorious annual tradition. View Photos.Â
At the Children Toy and Book Festival on Wednesday, Dec 20. ArtSeed’s holiday surprise included greeting cards featuring African-American artist, Royce Vaughn’s paintings and photos of San Francisco and other magical places within a day’s drive. One thousand pre-registered teachers, parents, and children ages 12 years and youngerÂ received a gift who might not otherwise have the means to celebrate this city’s bounty during the holiday season. Hosted by the SF Department of Child Support Services at San Francisco City Hall.
At the ArtSeed Annual Volunteer Appreciation Holiday Party on Dec. 17